Auswards-bound

Published 15th August 2012 by lucy moore

Off to Australia tonight for an event-packed fortnight with the Anglican diocese of Newcastle and Grafton in New South Wales (between Sydney and Brisbane) and a final day in Melbourne with the Uniting Church, which is sheer self-indulgence, to catch up with Messy friends there. I don’t think there’ll be much time for sightseeing but there will be plenty of opportunity to share the Messy story of what God’s doing over here and to listen to what he’s doing over there. Do pray for Robyn Pullin, Gail Hagon and our old friend Chris Barnett as they organise and host the events and for Judyth Roberts who coordinates Messiness in Australia. And for my family, if you would: it’s a long time to cope without mum. (And that I will resist the urge to make too many gold medal quips and thus endanger international rapport…)

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